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MOUNT WACHUSETT 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE 



dedication 




Those who bring Sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.— Sir James Barrie 



We dedicate this yearbook to Marie Cunningham in appreciation of everything she has done for everyone. 
Thank you, Marie! 









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Ulysses (Tennyson) 

I am become a name; 

For always roaming with a hungry heart 

Much I have seen and known-cities of men 

And manners, climates, councils, governments 

Myself not least, but honored of them all- 

And drunk delight of battle with my peers, 

Far on the ringing plains of windy Troy. 

I am a part of all that I have met; 

Yet all experience is an arch wherethrough 

Gleams that untraveled world whose margin fades 

Forever and forever when I move. 

How dull it is to pause, to make an end, 

To rust unburnished, not to shine in use! 

As though to breathe were life! Life piled on life 

Were all too little, and of one to me 

Little remains; but every hour is saved 

From that eternal silence, something more, 

A bringer of new things; and vile it were 

For some three suns to store and hoard myself, 

And this grey spirit yearning in desire 

To follow knowledge like a sinking star, 

Beyond the utmost bound of human thought. 



CITIES OF MEN AND MANNERS, 
CLIMAX, COUNCILS, GOVERNMENTS 






MYSELF NOT LEAST, BUT HONORED OF THEM ALL 





AND DRUNK DELIGHT OF BATTLE WITH MY PEERS 






I AM A PART OF ALL THAT I HAVE MET . . . 





THAT UNTRAVELED WORLD WHOSE MARGIN FADES FOREVER 
AND FOREVER WHEN I MOVE. 






TO FOLLOW KNOWLEDGE LIKE A SINKING STAR 
BEYOND THE UTMOST BOUND OF HUMAN THOUGHT. 




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ADMINISTRATION 





OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



TELEPHONE: 632-6600 



An unknown Chinese poet in 500 BC wrote: 

"If you are thinking a year ahead, sow seed. 
If you are thinking ten years ahead, plant a tree. 
If you are thinking one hundred years ahead, educate 
the people." 

We at the Mount have tried our best to do that. 

I think it important that you leave here with an understanding of 
the investment many people have made in you and in Mount Wachusett 
Community College: your professors, counselors, administrators 
and staff — all have made a contribution to your arriving at this 
juncture. 

You will soon pass from the relatively protected corridors of Mount 
Wachusett Community College to other less protected worlds, and to 
new responsibilities. I want you to achieve good and hard and difficult 
and impossible things — for your own good and personal satisfaction — 
but also because you are graduates of Mount Wachusett Community College. 

Robert Frost once defined education as something like being able to hang 
on until you have caught on. Each of you has hung on long enough to 
catch on, and catch your Associate degree in the process. Please accept 
my congratulations upon your success. 



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Arthur F. Haley I 
President 



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Dean Pennington 



Dean Moak 



Dean Fox 







Dean of Student Services 



TELEPHONE: 632-6600 



May 10, 1984 



Dear Graduates : 

Once again I say farewell to a fine group of young men and 
women who just two years ago enrolled at the "Mount." 

I congratulate one and all and have fond memories of the past 
few years. You have ample reason to be proud of the fact that you 
survived and persevered on this step in life's plan. You are the 
nineteenth graduating class in the rather short twenty years of 
the history of the college. 

I frequently lament the fact that we are a two year institu- 
tion because one hardly gets to know you before you move along. In 
addition, so many of you are labeled "non-traditional" in our current 
jargon because you did not come to us directly from high school as 
was the case years ago. Now we have grandmothers, grandfathers, and 
numerous family members who have gone on to our Alumni ranks. 

I bid you Godspeed, with much pride, best wishes, and every 
confidence that you will make us all extremely proud of your achieve- 
ments and contributions to society. I hope that all will become 
active members of the Alumni Association and that our paths will 
cross frequently in the future. Come back often to see us. 




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Dean Hogan 







Dean Halvorsen Dr. Libby Klemer 



Dean Jane 
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Dean Charmaine 
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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Security and Maintenance 



Business Division 





Social Science Division 



Learning Center 





Science & Technology Division 



Athletic Department 





Cafeteria 



Registrar's Office 





Library 



Print Shop 





Media Services 



Data Processing 





Student Services 



Business Office 





Personnel 




Student Services 




Book Store 




Administrative Secretaries 




Co-Op 




Division of 
Continuing Education 




Mailroom 



A message to the families 
and friends of today's graduates • • 



The teaching faculty, librarians, and counselors who are members of the 
Massachusetts Community College Council share your pride and happiness, as 
your sons and daughters, wives and husbands, brothers and sisters, neighbors, 
friends, and relatives graduate today. 

They richly deserve our praise, because they have worked hard for their 
degrees. 

A.s their teachers and guides, we have also dedicated a great deal of time 
and expertise to their education. Unfortunately, we are not receiving 
commensurate support for our efforts from the college administration. 

We have just finished an entire academic year working without a collective 
bargaining contract. We have not received a raise in two years , while 
maintaining the dubious honor of being among the lowest-paid community college 
faculty in the nation. 

The primary reason for this situation is the intransigence of the state 
Board of Regents of Higher Education, and the college presidents who, during 
18 months of negotiations, have insisted upon unreasonable increases in our 
workload (which would be detrimental to quality education), painfully small 
pay increases , and patronage-style pay raises for a few people selected by the 
college administration (which, if implemented, would only serve to pit faculty 
members against each other). 

A. recent study revealed that the average community college teacher spends 
more than 50 hours a week teaching, planning, and attending meetings. Most of 
us either continue our own education or teach "continuing education" courses 
between semesters in order to improve the quality of education we provide our 
students, and to supplement our incomes. 

The pay for the average Massachusetts community college teacher is less 
than the starting pay for postal employees . 

We urge you to tell your college president, state representative, state 
senator, and Gov. Dukakis that we deserve better treatment, and that they 
should instruct the Board of Regents to sign a fair contract with us. 

Please : Help us to maintain one of the Commonwealth's most valuable 
resources -- its system of community colleges. 

-- Your Faculty and Professional Staff 




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Kimberly Abare 
Executive 
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Richard Adams 

Business 
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Leslie Alsop 

Business 
Technology 



Judy Andrews 

Data 

Processing 




David Ashe 
Electronic 
Engineer 



David Bailey 
Electronic 
Engineer 



lean Ball 

Business 

Administration 



Michael Beaudoin 

Public 

Communication 



David Bergman 

Public 
Communication 



Robert Blodgett 

Criminal 

justice 



Car/ene Borey 

Business 
Administration 



Lee Boudreau 

Business 

Technology 




Kris Boulay 
Executive 
Secretary 



janine Bourgault 



Steve Briggs 

Business 
Technology 



Becky Brooker 

Business 

Technology 



Peter Brown 
Electronic 
Engineer 



Steve Brown 

Business 
Technology 



Robert Bruce 

Data Processing & 

iusiness Technology 



Donna Bustin 

Data 

Processing 




David Butler 

Criminal 

justice 



Ora Cartwright 

Business 

Technology 



Pam Chapman 
Human 
Services 



Susan Chartrand 

Public 
Communication 



Susan Coates 
Executive 
Secretary 



Yvonne Collette 



Wayne Conrad 

Public 
Communication 



Chris Coolidge 




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lames Diakakis 



John Drummey 
General 
Studies 



Laura Dufault 

Business 

Technology 



Chris Duguay 
Electronic 
Engineer 



Marie Elbthal 



Sharon Elwell 

Data 

Processing 



Lee Eubanks 




Joseph Fleurant 




Melissa French 

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Kristine Friberg 

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Linda Gallant 

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David Cendron 

Data 

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Becky Cray 
General 
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Deborah Greenslit 
Nursing 




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Public 
Communication 



Mark Hager 

Public 

Communication 



Mary Hanshaw 

Data 

Processing 



Heather Heilman 

Business 

Technology 



Lynn Jones 

Public 
Communication 



Martha Keilig 
Art 



Irwin Klepner 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Joel Koykka 

Electrical 
Engineering 




Deborah Kulkkula 
General 
Studies 



Cindy LaBoffa 
Human 
Services 



Cathy Lanagan 
General 
Studies 



joe Landry 

Data 
Processing 



Phillis Landry 
Liberal 
Studies 



Christine Lawrence 

Public 

Communication 



Ken Leblanc 
Electronic 
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David Leet 

Business 
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Celeste Leger 

Criminal 

justice 



Dianne Loew 
Business Administration 
& Business Technology 



Judy Mack 
Liberal 
Studies 



Ken McCullough 
Human 
Services 



James Murray 
Electronic 
Engineer 



Janice O'Connor 

Data 

Processing 



Carol Pacetti 
Executive 
Secretary 



Beverly P atria 

Data 

Processing 




Jeff Peach 
General 
Studies 



Diane Peloquin 
Executive 
Secretary 



Shari Peters 

Business 
Technology 



Mary Peterson 
Executive 
Secretary 



Nancy Piermarini 
Executive 
Secretary 



Frances Pratt 
Art 



Robin Radvon 

Public 
Communication 



Roderick Raubeson 

Data 

Processing 




Deborah Raymond 
General 
Studies 



Dave Rockwood 

Business 

Technology 



Rhonda Rogers 

Criminal 

Justice 



Donny Rota 

Data 
Processing 



Ken Rouleau 

Data 

Processing 



Kenn Ruckey 

Business 
Technology 



Liesha Seseika 
General 
Studies 



Paula Shaw 
Human 
Services 




Shawn Smith 

Business 
Technology 



Evelyn Snell 
Liberal 
Studies 



ErinAnne Snyder 
Liberal 
Studies 



Dan St.Sauveur 

Data 

Processing 



Rena Swezey 

Business 
Technology 



David Swift 
Electronic 
Engineer 



Amy Tenney 



Susan Tousignant 
Art 




joann Tunnessen 

Business 

Technology 



Patricia Wheeler 
Electronic 
Engineer 



Kevin White 

Data Processing & 

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Wilson Wilder 

Business 
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Steven Wiley 
Electronic 
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1984 GRADUATES 



Abare , Kimberly 
Ackerman, Sandra 
Adams , Richard 
Alsop, Leslie 
Alvis , Danny 
Amato, Theodore 
Ambrose, David 
Amenta, Darlene 
Amidon, Nancy 
Anderholm, Gary 
Anders, Christina 
Anderson, Karen 
Anderson, Kim 
Andressen, Josephine 
Adnrews, Judith 



Archibald, Cheryl 
Ares , Glenn 
Arseneau, Conrad 
Ashe, David 
Ashton, Mark 
Bacigalupo, Michael 
Bailey, David 
Bailey, Janet 
Baker, Richard 
Ball, Jean 
Ballou, Nancy 
Banfield, James 
Barbieri, Joyce 
Bardsley, Jeanne 
Barnes, Charles 



Barnes , David 
Barnhart, Wendy 
Barrett, Donna 
Barrett, Matthew 
Barrieau, Diane 
Barrieau, Mark 
Barton, Faron 
Bastarache, Robert 
Beaudoin, Michael 
Beaulac, Kelly 
Begin, Michael 
Behan, William 
Beike, Charles 
Bergman, David 
Berndt, Elizabeth 



Bevan, Joy 
Binnall, Robert 
Biron, Catherine 
Bisson, Joyce 
Blair, Alyce 
Blanchard, Stephen 
Blodgett, Robert 
Boisse, Lynn 
Boisseau, Jeffrey 
Boissoneau, Donald 
Boivin, Sandra 
Bolduc, Nancy 
Bonk, Kimberly 
Borey, Charlene 
Boucher, Kenneth 
Boudreau, Joan 
Boudreau, John 
Boudreau, Lena 
Boudreau, Susan 
Boulay, Kristine 
Boutwell, Marcy 
Boyd, John 
Boyden, David 
Braneff, Kris 
Brideau, Ellen 
Briggs, Stephen 
Brissette, Maryann 
Brooker, Becky 
Brooks, Robert 
Brosseau, Brian 
Brousseau, Maryellen 
Brown, Beth 
Brown, Mark 
Brown, Peter 
Brown, Stephen 
Bruce, Robert 
Brunelle, Sandra 
Buck, Joanne 
Buckley, Gerald 



Bujnicki, Patricia 
Bullman, Kathleen 
Bumpus , Karen 
Burnham, Susan 
Bus tin, Donna 
Butler, David 
Cameron, Denise 
Cantrell, Willie 
Cappuccitti, Gabriella 
Caramello, Anthony 
Cardwell, Steven 
Carter, Dennis 
Cartwright, Ora 
Casacca, Marcia 
Caserma, Lea 
Chapman, Pamela 
Charlebois, Maureen 
Chartrand, Susan 
Chicoine, Simone 
Chrisholm, Todd 
Christenson, Donald 
Clark, Scott 
Coates, Susan 
Coe, Joy 
Coe, Ulla-Britt 
Cole, Teresa 
Collette, Jeffrey 
Collette, Susan 
Collette, Yvonne 
Collings, Maria 
Conant, Wendy 
Conrad, Wayne 
Contaxes, Linda 
Cook, Jean 
Cormier, Judith 
Cormier, Lisa 
Cormier, Marguerite 
Cormier, Theresa 
Courtemanche, Jeffrey 



Cribben, Patricia 
Crury, Mary 
Crizier, Richard 
Cutler, Christine 
Cyganiewicz, Linda 
Datum, Therese 
Damon, Carolyn 
Daniels , Alva 
Day, Lorraine 
Day, Patricia 
Delrio, Jose 
Deluca, Michael 
Demar, John 
Demartino, Barbara 
Desmond, William 
Diaz, Marino 
Donahue, Theresa 
Dora, Theresa 
Dower, Debra 
Dower, Francis 
Drummey , John 
Ducharme, Brian 
Dufault, Laura 
Duguay, Christophe 
Duguay, Rita 
Dumas , Gary 
Dwinells , Allyn 
Earnest, Diane 
Eaton, Beatrice 
Eaton, Glenn 
Eddy, Pamela 
Elwell, Sharon 
Erickson, John 
Erickson, Mary Ellen 
Euvrard , Lynne 
Facteau, Gregory 
Fazio, Michael 
Fiore, Richard 
Fisher, Charlene 



Fitzgerald, Michael 
Flanagan, Julia 
Flanagan, Michael 
Flannagan, Thomas 
Flavell, Lisa Marie 
Flight, David 
Flynn, Richard 
Foley, Louis 
Foley, Michael 
Ford, Francis 
Forest, Laurie 
Fors, Lynn 
Foster, Diane 
Foster, Joel 
Fountain, James 
Fox II, Robert 
Foy, Patrick 
Frechette, Kathleen 
French, Kathleen 
French, Melissa 
Friberg, Kristina 
Frigoletto, Nancy 
Fuce, Sheryl 
Fuller, James 
Gabrenas, Michael 
Galanos, Michael 
Gale, Linda 
Gallant, Karen 
Gallant, Linda 
Garcia, Abraham 
Gebo, Jane 
Gendron, David 
Getster, Michael 
Gibby, John 
Girouard, Cynthia 
Glenzel, Kathryn 
Goguen, Jeffrey 
Gore, Steven 
Goyette, James 



Graves, Edward 
Gray, Rebecca 
Greenslit, Devorah 
Greenstreet, John 
Gregoire, William 
Grenier, Lee 
Griff is, Bobby 
Griffith, Debra 
Grimley, Joseph 
Groulx, Edith 
Guay, Joanne 
Guerra, Edward 
Guertin, Robert 
Guilmette, Kimberly 
Gurdak, Robin 
Gustafson, Carla 
Hall, Felecia 
Hanshaw, Mary 
Harms, Linda 
Harrison, Eric 
Haven, Rebecca 
Hebert, Michael 
Heilman, Heather 
Heldt, Christine 
Hembrow, Linda 
Henrie, Jacqueline 
Hett, Donna 
Hicks , Nathan 
Hier, Steven 
Hollister, Marcia 
Holmes, Debi 
Holt, Larissa 
Holzschuh, Dale 
Homans, Mary 
Hone , Adrian 
Howard, Joan 
Howe , Rachel 
Hudson, Edward 
Huff, Janice 



Jalbert, Anne-Marie 
Jean, Suzanne 
Johns, Heidi 
Johnson, John 
Johnson, Judith 
Johnson, Linda 
Johnson, Peter 
Johnson, Susan 
Jones , Lynn 
Jordan, Catherine 
Jordan, Sharon 
Joslin, David 
Kangas, Cynthia 
Keilig, Martha 
Kerswill, Randee 
Kilfoil, Frances 
Kimball, Diane 
Kinner, Blanche 
Kl empne r , Erwin 

Kopczynskie, Cynthia 

Kosinchuk, Diane 

Koykka, Joel 

Krysil, Steven 

Kulkkula, Deborah 

Laboffa, Cindy 

Lafontaine, Catherine 

Lanagan, Catherine 

Landry, Joseph 

Landry, Maureen 

Landry, Phyllis 

Landry, Steven 

Lanza , Anne 

Lapinskas, Jennifer 

Lapointe, Anthony 

Lapointe, Catherine 

Laroche, Michael 

Lavertue, Robin 

Lawn, Melanie 

Lawrence, Christine 



Lawrence , David 
LeBlanc, Karla 
LeBlanc, Kenneth 
LeBlanc, Marie 
LeBlanc, Roger 
LeClair, Sherry 
Ledford, Christina 
Ledgere, Patrick 
Leet, David 
Lefebre, Lori 
Leger, Celeste 
Lehman, Bradley 
Lemteux, Thomas 
Levasseur, Thomas 
Lillie, Malcolm 
Limehouse , Deborah 
Lindberg, Kristen 
Litzenberger, Lee 
Loew, Dianne 
Lounder, Timothy 
Lupien, April 
Lupien, Richard 
Lydon, Scott 
Machado, Carl 
Mack, Judy 
Mackenzie, Michael 
Maillet, Karen 
Maillet, Leonie 
Malnati, William 
Marceau, Kerry 
Markunas , John 
Martin, Carrie 
Martin, Cheryl 
Mason, Angela 
May, Paula 
Mayhew, Cindy 
Maynard, Michelle 
McCann, Thomthy 
McCullough, Kenneth 



McDonald, Melissa 

McGann, Jack 

McGrail, Mark 

McManus, Stephen 

McPherson, Lorna 

Meany, David 

Medlin, Douglas 

Melanson, Lisa 

Mentzer, Dorine 

Miller, Robert 

Mitchell, Laurie 

Moineau, John 

Morey, Charles 

Marin, Suzanne 

Morrill , Gene 

Morrison, Joan 

Morse, Darlene 

Moynihan, Dale 
Mungo , Paul 
Murphy, Sheila 
Murphy, William 
Murray, James 
Myles, William 
Myllykangas , Laurie 
Nikander, Wayne 
Niles, Stuart 
Nims, Gregory 
Noel, Charlene 
Norman, Jimmy 
Norman, Shannon 
Normandin, Eugene 
Nowak, Edwin 
Nyman, Jocelyn 
O'Connell, Carol 
O'Connor, Janice 
O'Laughlin, Patricia 
O'Loughlin, James 
0' Toole, Carole 
Olbert, Sonja 



Olivari, Matthew 
Ostman, John 
Otto, Wendy 
Ouellette, Gary 
Ouellette, Justin 
Pacetti, Carol 
Palmbach, Ronald 
Palojarvi, Patricia 
Parenteau, Lynn 
Paronto, Jerry 
Patria, Beverly 
Patterson, Harry 
Pazos, Deborah 
Peach, Jeffrey 
Peeler, Pamela 
Peloquin, Diane 
Peltokangas, Tuomo 
Peters, Shari ann 
Peterson, Mary 
Petrie, Cheryl 
Phelps, Gwen 
Phelps, Russell 
Pickard, Julianne 
Piermarini, Lisa 
Piermarini, Nancy 
Plante, Bernadette 
Pochini, Anne 
Powell. Sandra 
Pratt, Frances 
Provencher, Donald 
Purple, Monica 
Pushee, William 
Quinn, Laurie 
Radefeld, Carol 
Radvon, Robin 
Raposa, Marilou 
Rathier, Raymond 
Rau, Heidi 
Raubeson, Roderick 



Raymond, Deborah 
Raymond , Kevin 
Raynes, Peter 
Reid, Catherine 
Reilly, Robert 
Rheaume , David 
Richard, Gregory 
Richard, Lisa 
Richard, Raymond 
Rivard, Jane 
Rivera, Ronald 
Robinson, Ward 
Rockwood, David 
Rogers, Laura 
Rogers, Rhonda 
Rogers, George 
Bossetti, Joseph 
Rota, Donny 
Roth, Scott 
Rouleau, John 
Rouleau, Kathleen 
Rouleau, Kenneth 
Roy, Darryl 
Ruckey, Kenneth 
Ruggiero, Robert 
Ryder, Sandra 
Ryder, Scott 
Sadoski, Leticia 
Salmi, Carol 
Savoie, Maurice 
Scarale, Michael 
Schlichter, Gary 
Schofield, Mark 
Schuster, Gary 
Shaw, Paula 
Shepardson, Judith 
Sheppard, Karla 
Shoup, Arthur 
Sideleau, Steven 



Simmons, Cheryl 
Sims, Dantel 
Smith, Leon 
Smith, Shawn 
Snell, Evelyn 
Snyder, Erinanne 
Spivey, David 
St. Sauveur, Daniel 
Stone, Georgiana 
Stover, Janet 
Sullivan, Mary 
Swezey, Rena 
Swift, David 
Tainer, Betsy 
Taintor, Pamela 
Tapply, Kimberly 
Taylor, Gwynn-ellen 
Tessier, Judith 
Thayer, Philip 
Thibeault, Deborah 
Thiem, Robert 
Thomson, Gregory 
Thornton, Harold 
Thorp, William 
Thorpe, Barbara 
Tilley, Bruce 
Tomer, Nancy 
Tousignant, Susan 
Tremblay, Diane 
Trifilo, Nancy 
Tunnessen, Joann 
Updyke, Paula 
Valcourt, Margaret 
Valera, Richard 
Varteur, Michelle 
Voutour, Blair 
Vincent, Martha 
Ward, Joseph 
Watkevich, Gregory 



Weinheimer, Kathryn 
Wheeler, Barbara 
Wheeler, Patricia 
Wheeler, Tammy 
Whepley, Jody 
White, Kevin 
White, Mary 
Whiting, Scott 
Wilder, John 
Wilder, Wilson 
Wiley, Steven 
Wilford, Gabriele 
Williams, Keith 
Williams, Larry 
Wilson, Jeffrey 
Wilson, Kenneth 
Winter, Melanie 
Wisler, Jeanne 
Woessner, Elaine 
Wood, Delma 
Woodward, Peter 






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MLT Society 





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Cheerleaders Club 





Drama Club 



Paramount Club 





Electronics Club 



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SPONSORS 



Robert Crons 

Dr. Robert H. Willhauck 

Paulette Dignard 

Charley Weitze 

Herman <|ilburassar 

R . Newsche tz 

Nancy Hawkins 

Lorraine Brodeur 

Loreth LaCasse 

Jrannine Lranbleurs 

Mary Plummer 



Blanche Woodcome 
Natalie Szoc 
Bernice Legere 
James Jo s 1 i n 
Raymonde Leger 
Leona Rousseau 
Alice Johnson 
Ernest Rahaim 
Helen Laflamme 
L.J Richards Catering 



Credits 
Advisors Dean Hogan & Alex Washington 
Co-coordinators Jean Ball & Dave Leet 
Editor Erinann Snyder 
Chief Student Photographer Travis Player 



Photography Staff 
Secretary Claire 
Yearbook Staff- 
Frank Peterlin 
Holly Anderson 
Patti Faverau 
Robin Radvon 
Sally Plouffe 
Steve Holmes 
Tracy Blanchard 



Peter Coulton 
Goguen 



Mike Franklin 



Dawn Carter 
Leisha Sesieka 
Kim Abare 
Heather Heilaan 
Evelyn Snel 1 
Judy Mack 



A SPECIAL THANKS TO 



Marie Cunningham 
Frank Hi rons 
Print Shop 
Registers Office 
Dean Halvorsen 

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